For all the Kerry dating beginners out there, these first date tips are for
- Try not to pump up your
expectations too much. Some excitement is fine, but remaining realistic is your
key goal. If you keep your initial expectations low then an amazing date will
be a fantastic surprise, with a poor date being no real loss.
- Create a fun and original date
– a movie and dinner is a decent idea but you cannot talk to your date during
the movie and the dinner may make you more uncomfortable then you can imagine.
Perhaps a homemade meal, with a great movie and some board games may be the
correct option for you. And hey, it’s cheaper too.
- Keep away from the ‘really,
really good-looking people’ to quote Derek Zoolander. If you and your date
start out at a club with the hottest models, how do you think they will feel if
you are ogling some cover star the whole night? As gentlemanly/ladylike as you
think you are, your date will notice your wavering eye contact.
- Bring supplies, chiefly dental
supplies. How often have you had to excuse yourself to the bathroom due to a
loose piece of lettuce or chicken being lodged in your teeth? Is it really so
difficult to pop a roll of floss in your pocket? Mints for fresh breath or
breath spray also work wonders after a big meal.
- Keep a positive attitude
throughout the whole evening. Even if your dating venue turns out to be a dirty
restaurant with horrible food, a good attitude can turn any affair into a night
- Keep your issues out of the
date itself – do not waffle on about your exes, your horrible job or your lack
of money. This date is about fun and your partner will not want to hear about
the issues that you may have. Save it for the third date at least (sarcasm).
Rather discuss issues that are important to you, and find a subject that you
are both passionate about.
- For both men and women, our
final tip is to break the standard rules of dating. If you want to see the
person again as soon as possible, then call them right away!
Some highlights you could enjoy in Kerry
include the following:
Kerry is the fifth largest county in
Ireland and is well known for its Gaelic Football, which is the dominant sport
in this area. Kerry is also proudly known for being one of the most scenic
counties in all of Ireland. Kerry has in fact, long been a major tourist
destination, with sites such as the Kerry County Museum, the Kerry
Entertainment World, the Tralee Aqua Dome, the Gallarus Oratory and festivals
such as the Rose of Tralee and Puck Fair providing even more reasons to enjoy
Kerry. One can also enjoy a fantastic round of golf at courses that are rated
number one around the world.
There are many Kerry singles waiting to meet you, follow our Kerry dating advice and sign up with AnotherFriend.com to find the
one for you!
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